You may have heard of the A. Miriam Jamison Children’s Center, but you probably don’t know everything that it provides for our city’s most sensitive residents.
“Set a fantastic example for your child. Establish a code of conduct. If you don’t, your children may adopt that which may endanger their lives and the lives of others.”—David Dooley
Green has been the new black for years, and here in Kern County, we have entrepreneurs who are setting trends in how residents and businesses can greatly reduce their carbon footprint.
The Kern County Museum is a veritable beacon of local treasures; a place where beloved artifacts that hold a special place in our history are safe and sound. To think that none of this would be possible without the constant efforts of the Kern County Museum Foundation is a very sobering fact that may not be common knowledge.
When tragedy strikes, there are countless ways to cope. But it takes a very special sort of person to turn that pain into something that helps people going through the same situation they are.
What’s required for quality adoption and foster processes, youth development, and behavioral health?